Jeffery ( Jeff ) Bradford has attended Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (DUUF) since 2011. Jeff has been a DUUF usher for the last 3 years. In 2018, Jeff volunteered intensively at the DUUF Rummage Sale. Jeff is an organizer for the DUUF Craft Guild. Jeff just led his Covenant Group’s successful fundraiser, for Denton County Friends of the Family children’s Swimsuit Drive.Jeff has worked in grocery and drug store management starting in 1995. Jeff and his husband, Clark Pomerleau, have been together for 8 years and live in Denton. Jeff has two children 19 and 21.
Cliff Caster is a graphic designer that works in UNT’s marketing department. He has five children, four of which attend DUUF regularly. Since joining DUUF in 2013, he has been heavily involved in religious education, teaching and volunteering his time with the LFD Council. He was on the 2016 search committee for a full time Director of LFD. Recently, he was a co-teacher for the high school OWL program.
Kevin Chixo Gibbs is a father, husband, and music industry professional. He has been a member of DUUF for about four years and has assisted there as an usher and with fund-raising events. His professional experience and leadership accomplishments include those at several record companies, publications, The University of Missouri, Howard University, and non-profit organizations. He has worked with The National Urban League in the Special Events, Communications, and Development offices, as First Assistant to the VP/Communications at the NAACP, a reporter for Ebony/Jet (Music & Pop Culture Writer), KOMU/TV, and On-Air Positions at NPR affiliate, KBIA. Stops on his music business resume include those at: CBS Records, Epic Records, ATLANTIC Records, Elektra Records, Motown, TVT, Island, and DefJam Recordings (current). He is a graduate of Howard University and University of Missouri-Columbia where he worked in the Alumni Office as a manager of Minority Alumni Affairs.
Cindy Jacobson has been attending the Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship since March 1994. She was active in the Religious Education program, serving as a teacher in the classroom and was involved in the Life Span Faith Development Council as a member for many years and also chaired the council for a few years. She has been passionate about keeping the youth programs alive and most recently assisted with the high school youth group. She also served on the Search Committee for LSFD Director, the Long Range Planning Team and has helped with various events such as Splash Day and Lighting of the Greens. She is the owner and director of CCD Counseling PA, a private counseling agency that has provided outpatient counseling services for individuals and families since 1990 with offices in Denton, Lewisville, and Dallas. She is happily married to Steven “Jake” Jacobson and has 2 wonderful adult children, Eric (26) and Danielle (22). Her family and church home are both very important to her.
Maureen McDonald has been a member of the Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (DUUF) since 2013 and served as a DUUF board member from 2014-2016. She was also a long time member of the the First Unitarian Church in Dallas, TX. She has held senior human resource leadership roles at both Dell and Oracle and as the global head of HR at Perot Systems. Her expertise includes leadership development, talent acquisition, executive development, and employee relations. Maureen retired in 2016 as Vice President, Human Resources at Dell and lives in Denton, TX and Oak Bluffs, MA. She is married to Brant Weatherford, and has 2 married adult children and two grandchildren.
Tesa Morin joined DUUF with her family in 2010. Since then, she’s served on the Board of Trustees, LFD Council, Membership Committee, as co-coordinator of DUUV, a Coming of Age program co-leader, and assistant teacher. Tesa is an associate professor of photography at Collin College and a visual artist. She loves attending DUUF with her husband, Matthew, and their children, Henry and Wyatt.
Sunnie Palmer has been a member of DUUF since 2009. She has served on the Board of Trustees, Committee on Ministry, and Membership and Worship Committees, but her favorite opportunity has been learning with the children in our faith development program. Sunnie is a paralegal and is in the joint master’s of social work program at TWU and UNT. She lives in south Denton with her three kids.